Why we do it
The project “Legal Ontologies and Knowledge Graphs – Open Source Resources” emerges from the realization that the absence of a standardized data format and interface poses a significant challenge in connecting diverse sources of legal data and associated tools. With each vendor defining its own data model, the lack of a cohesive standard impedes the seamless connection of tools, hindering the creation of a COMMON LEGAL PLATFORM. However, the Liquid Legal Institute recognizes the potential for collective collaboration to address this issue. By working collaboratively on a state-of-the-art overview, the project seeks to benefit everyone involved. The initial focus is on creating an overview, paving the way for subsequent projects to delve into the combination and interconnection of data points. The repository is openly published, allowing universal access without restrictions, and contributions from various experts in Knowledge Engineering, spanning commercial, non-profit, academic, and public sectors, are welcomed. The ultimate goal is to generate a comprehensive overview of relevant resources and share them freely with the wider community.
How we do it
The Liquid Legal Institute actively connects leading experts in the field of Knowledge Engineering, fostering collaboration among entities from commercial, non-profit, academic, and public sectors. The collaborative effort aims to create a comprehensive overview of relevant resources related to legal ontologies and knowledge graphs, and this repository is made accessible to all without the need for passwords or restrictions. The Institute expresses gratitude to those who have already contributed to the GitHub list, acknowledging their valuable input.
To encourage continued growth and inclusivity, the Institute invites individuals to explore the existing repository, identify any missing elements, and contribute directly to enrich the collective knowledge base. The emphasis is on creating a dynamic platform where contributors, irrespective of their background, can actively shape and enhance the shared resources for the benefit of the wider community.